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Samuel Rees

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Best DAW for Live Recordings
« Reply #50 on: July 03, 2013, 04:35:39 pm »

Pro Tools largest appeal to me is compatibility and professional exposure. When I edit for pro engineers, they give me Pro Tools sessions. When I operate for a pro engineer at a pro studio, its PT and they expect me to be a Pro Tools wiz and shortcut everything. As simple as that for me.
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Re: Best DAW for Live Recordings
« Reply #51 on: July 03, 2013, 05:16:12 pm »

Pro Tools largest appeal to me is compatibility and professional exposure. When I edit for pro engineers, they give me Pro Tools sessions. When I operate for a pro engineer at a pro studio, its PT and they expect me to be a Pro Tools wiz and shortcut everything. As simple as that for me.

That's a huge reason to use ProTools.  I would be using it as well if that were the case for me.  Even though I don't often need the interoperability, I looked at moving to PT years ago just for that fact.  I couldn't get over the lack of offline bounce though -- a must have for mixing hours worth of material.  That's been added in PT11 I hear.
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